Natural Solutions for arthritis part #2

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Natural Solutions for Arthritis Part #2 

TARGET: Muscular Skelatol System
Survival: Medicine

Rheumatoid  arthritis is a pain which targets the muscular skeletal system. In many cases effects joint area muscles but not limited to. This happens over time as oxidation forms within the joints causing inflammation there are many temporary solutions to help ease the pain and control the ability to control your own articulation thus limiting range of motion throughout. 

There are internal and topical solutions as well as solutions with aromatherapy. But the only way to make the problem go away for good is to find the root cause of oxidation and inflammation. With internal supplementation. 

A powerhouse of a herb for arthritis pain is White Willow Bark this herb targets nerves and has an aspirin like effect and has blood thinning properties. The body converts the salicin in the white willow bark and other species of the white willow family into salicylic acid. White willow is also good in aiding in most pains while providing a good supply of blood to the nerves and nerve endings loaded with healthy oxygen.This herb also has anti-inflammatory properties which aids also in inhibiting inflammation.
White willow barks ability to manage pain effectively may take a bit longer than normal aspirin but willow lasts longer and as aspirin has the ill effect in some to irritate the stomach lining willow will not cause these effects.
It is also said salicylic acid is used to dissolve warts and corns try using a little white willow on the wart or corn to dissolve it.
White willow bark is also good for Oral Care such as toothaches and nerve pain specific.
Other good herbs for arthritis are: (Short List)
  • White willow
  • Goldenseal
  • Tumeric
  • Ginger
  • Evening Promise
  • Wild yam
  • Picrorrhiza
  • Aloe
  • Alfafa
  • Artichoke 
  • Ashwaganda 
  • Basil 
  • Bilberry 
  • birch
  • Black currant 
  • Blessed thistle
  • bloodroot
  • bonset
  • borage
  • boswella
  • Burdock root
  • Garlic
  • ginko
  • Nettles 
  • oats
  • Cayenne
  • Chickweed
  • chicory
  • Skunk cabbage
  • cinnamon

Making a tincture will provide one of the fastest and most powerful way to get pain under control. Watch our Making Herbal Tinctures video here.
Essential Oils:
There are many powerful essential oils that help arthritis with great success Essential oils that stimulate circulation, have antispasmodic properties  and counter oxidation are the oils you should primarily target. I would also definitely use a good quality carrier oil loaded with vitamin E such as Jojoba oil. This will result in better penetration and with grape seed oil is amazing for a carrier oil for it to is loaded with anti oxidants.
Some Good effective essential oils for arthritis are:( but not limited to)
  • Frankincense: anti-inflammatory 
  • Ginger: a powerful anti-inflammatory 
  • Peppermint: antispasmodic
  • Cypress: good for nerves tendonss and muscle cramping
  • Cinnamon: to aid in incressing circulation
  • Sweet Majoram: anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic
  • Lemongrass:analgesic 
  • Clove Bud: anti-inflammatory, anesthetic 
  • Eucalyptus: anti-inflammatory
  • German Chamomile: anti oxidant anti-inflammatory 
  • Rosemary: antispasmodic, analgesic
  • Clary Sage: antispasmodic nervine
  • Juniper: antispasmodic
  • Wintergreen: antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory
  • Camphor: antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, analgesic 
  • Blue Tansy: lowery blood pressure and aids in muscle and joint pain
  • Sandlewood: antispasmodic, nervine
  • Thyme: antispasmodic 
  • Laverder: anti-inflammatory antispasmodic and pain management 
  • Osmanthus: antispasmodic and pain management 

Natural Solutions for a Healthy Blood Pressure

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Their are man natural herbs that will aid in blood pressure normalization. It is very strait forward and consistency is needed while always monitoring your blood pressure.  There are very simple herbs to both raise and lower blood pressure with natural effects. A very Powerful Blood and simple natural pressure aid is the Apple Cider Vinegar Tonic Se recipe and instructions below. There are nutritional juices that will provide the same effect. a healthy and maintained Circulatory system will provide amazing results to all the other main systems, because now the delivery of nutrients and oxogen is more efficient and reliable. Secondly, Absorption increases and a healthier metabolism comes in to play. Now  all the vital enzymes from everything you consume are  absorbed more properly and effectively to each main system.

I start off with a overall list of beneficial herbs then break it up to lest a short but powerful list of herbs to confer both High and Low Blood Pressures. There are also powerful and powerful tonic recipes for each. As I stated before there are nutritional ways to aid Blood Pressure and I list simple but powerful juicing recipes for each as well.

Blood Pressure Herbs

Powerful Blood Pressure Herbs:

  • Garlic
  • Cayenne
  • Hawthorne
  • Licorice Root
  • Apple Cider Vinegar Tonic

Apple Cider Vinegar Tonic (Good For both High and Low Blood Pressure)

10 ounces of warm water
2 tablespoons of raw unfiltered apple cider vinegar
2 tablespoons of raw wildflower honey
Direction:

Mix very well until all ingredients are COMPLETELY dissolved and drink daily.

High blood pressure herbs (A very short list)

  • Ashwanganda
  • Astragalus
  • black cohosh
  • blue cohosh
  • black current
  • Cayenne
  • Celery seed
  • Cleavers
  • Garlic
  • Hawthorne
  • Lemon Balm
  • Plantain
  • Passion Flower
  • Tomato

A high Blood Pressure Tonic With High absorption

  • 8 ounces of pure coconut water
  • 1 teaspoon of hawthorne extract/ Tincture

Mix well drink daily.
This  tonic will help clear out arteries and veins by cleaning up plaque buildup on vascular and arterial walls. Secondly, this will also strengthen the heart muscle.

High Blood Pressure Juicing Recipe:

  • 1 inch knob of Ginger
  • 1 inch knob of Turmeric root
  • 1 handful of dandelion leafs
  • 1 apple
  • 3 stalks of celery
  • 2 carrots
  • 1/2 handful of cilantro

Directions:
Juice all ingredients while beginning with  the Ginger and Turmeric Root first
OPTION: Add 1-2 teaspoons of Raw wildflower honey to sweeten
Drink daily.

Low Blood Pressure Herbs 

  • Licorice Root
  • Belladonna
  • Broom
  • Ephra
  • Rhubarb
  • Rosemary
  • Ginseng (Panax/ Red)
  • African Red Rooibos
  • Chamomile
  • Peppermint
  • Cinnamon
  • Rose hips

A low Blood Pressure Tonic With High absorption

  • 8 ounces of pure coconut water
  • 1 teaspoon of Licorice root extract/ tincture

Directions:
Mix well drink daily.
This  tonic will help Stop the vasodilatation and naturally increase the blood flow to the heart in a consistent fashion and raising the blood pressure level(s) naturally.

Juicing for Low Blood Pressure Recipe:

  • 1 inch knob of Ginger
  • 1 inch knob of Turmeric root
  • 1 handful of dandelion leafs
  • 1 apple
  • 3 stalks of celery
  • 2 carrots
  • handful of parsley 
  • 1/4 beet
  • 3 leaves of spinach
  • Optional: 1-2 teaspoons of raw wildflower honey.

Directions:
Juice all ingredients while beginning with  the Ginger and Turmeric Root first,  then sprinkle with a pinch of cinnamon. OPTION: Add 1-2 teaspoons of Raw wildflower honey to sweetendrink daily .

9 Ancient Heal-Everything Uses For Garlic That STILL Work Today

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9 Ancient Heal-Everything Uses For Garlic That STILL Work Today

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You may know it as something you mince for stews and sauces or something you spread on bread with butter or olive oil. Maybe you associate it with lingering bad breath or even with folklore – spurred by Bram Stoker’s Dracula — about repelling vampires.

For centuries and even millennia, however, nutritionists and healers have touted garlic as one of nature’s most potent wonder drugs. Evidence of garlic has been found inside Egyptian pyramids and Ancient Greek temples. Garlic also is referenced in the Bible and in medical books from Ancient Rome, China and India.

Historians have discovered that ancient Egyptians fed their slaves diets rich in garlic to help them stay strong and to work harder. Ancient healers also prescribed garlic for a variety of ailments, ranging from the common cold to cardiovascular problems.

There is evidence that garlic may have been one of the first “performance-enhancing” drugs, since it was fed to athletes during the Ancient Olympics in Greece. Hippocrates, known as the Father of Modern Medicine, prescribed garlic for many uterine and pulmonary complaints and as a cleansing agent for the body.

Garlic was used prominently during World War II by the Russians when Red Army doctors ran out of antibiotics. It was dubbed “Russian penicillin.”

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Today, modern research has confirmed these healing powers of garlic. In fact, garlic contains about 400 different chemical components and compounds that help the body fight off disease and to maintain good health.

Most of garlic’s benefits come from eating it in its most natural form – raw — because cooking can destroy some of its natural properties. Garlic is rich in vitamin B6 and is a good source of manganese, selenium, and vitamin C. It also provides potassium, iron, phosphorous and calcium.

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There are multiple healing benefits for garlic:

1. It reduces blood pressure. The Mayo Clinic reports that by dilating blood vessels and relaxing smooth muscles, garlic may help lower your blood pressure by 7 to 8 percent.

Research suggests that when study participants consumed 200 to 400 milligrams of garlic extract three times a day for a month, they experienced lower blood pressure. Consuming raw garlic also may reduce the hardening of the arteries that is a common part of the aging process.

2. It fights bacteria. A Washington State University study demonstrated that garlic may be just as or more effective than prescription antibiotics in fighting the common bacteria known as campylobacter bacterium. This bacteria infects about 2.4 million Americans with stomach-related illnesses each year.

3. It may reduce the risk of certain forms of cancer. Eating garlic enhances the body’s production of hydrogen sulfide, which may be effective in preventing the development of prostate, pancreas, rectal and colon cancer.

A study by the American Institute for Cancer Research suggests that letting chopped or crushed garlic to sit for 10 minutes before heating helps it retain more of the sulfur compounds that help fight cancer than if it were cooked right away.

According to the National Cancer Institute, data from seven population studies showed that the higher the amount of raw and cooked garlic study participants consumed, the lower their risk of stomach and colorectal cancer.

Garlic has antibacterial properties and an ability to block the formation of cancer-causing substances, to enhance DNA repair and to reduce cell proliferation, according to the data.

4. It can reduce fatigue. Research suggests that consuming garlic promotes the body’s production of hydrogen sulphide and nitric oxide, which relax the arteries and increase blood flow to muscles. This process boosts muscle growth and post-exercise recovery.

5. It can eliminate toxins from the body. Garlic’s multiple sulfur-containing compounds stimulate the liver enzymes that are responsible for removing toxins from the body.

A diet rich in garlic can help fight urinary tract infections, too. If you suffer from athletes’ foot, try soaking your feet in a footbath of garlic cloves and water to combat the problem. In this case, garlic works as an antifungal.

6. It relieves earaches. A recent pediatric study showed that 14 strains of bacteria taken from the noses and throats of children diagnosed with ear infections were killed when the children consumed raw garlic.

The fungus that causes swimmer’s ear has been treated successfully with a mixture of garlic and water.

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7. It reduces pain and inflammation from arthritis. Try preparing a paste made from garlic cloves and rub it on the painful area. Garlic’s anti-inflammatory properties action reduces pain in swollen and sore joints.

8. It prevents blood from clotting. Garlic contains diallyl disulfide, a compound that keeps blood from clotting. Therefore, consuming fresh garlic can help prevent arteriosclerosis, heart attack and stroke.

9. It can help prevent hair loss. Now you may not want your hair to smell like garlic, but the results might be worth it if you are experiencing hair loss.

Try rubbing your scalp with this garlic-based solution:

Ingredients

1 tsp garlic juice

8 oz. rosemary tea

1 tbsp. honey

1 tbsp. lemon Juice

Directions

Mix all the ingredients together in a small bowl or cup. Then rub the mixture into your scalp nightly. Let it stay on your scalp for 20 minutes before rinsing with clean water.

How can you add more garlic to your diet? Here is a simple recipe.

In a juicer, blend four cloves of garlic with the juice of two tomatoes and one lemon to make a delicious, nutritious drink. Keep refrigerated.

You also can make a tomato garlic soup in your blender with the same ingredients. Add some sea salt and pepper to taste.

Easy to grow and easy to add to recipes, garlic can and should be a staple of your family’s healthy diet.

How do you use garlic for your health? Share your tips in the section below:

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